1. You care just as much about an English football club as your hometown team.
Before you could walk, your father had taught you whether you sided with Liverpool or Manchester United. Sure, you support your local club too, but you feel totally comfortable wearing a Gunners jersey to their matches.
2. You have no idea what a snow day is.
I got to university before I first experienced school being cancelled due to weather – and even then, it was only because I was doing a semester in Washington D.C., a city which panics if two snowflakes land on Obama’s lawn. Sure our recess was cancelled a couple times because it got dangerously cold, and if you were truly snowed in (i.e. there was snow up to the second floor) you had a valid excuse. That said, there is one exception, and that is if you grew up in Oslo, where the first snowfall always causes complete and utter chaos. Which is somewhat embarrassing.